Link Round Up: June 22 – July 5


Autostraddle posted

Casey the Canadian Lesbrarian posted My Favorite Queer Books of 2017 (So Far) and 3 Queer Poetry Collections for Tough Times.


“The Queer Literary Origins of Wonder Woman” was posted at Lithub.

“Joan E. Biren Opens Up Her Archive of Lesbian History” was posted at Vogue.

“Toronto’s Glad Day bookshop is a beacon for pride” was posted at The Star.

“This week’s Bookscan chart is a wake-up call for the comics industry” was posted at The Beat.

“When I Worked For My Hero, Adrienne Rich” was posted at Lithub.

“‘At last I felt I fitted in’: writers on the books that helped them come out” was posted at The Guardian.

“Why I Create Bisexual Comics” was posted at HuffPost.


Acquired Community by Jane Byers was reviewed by Casey the Canadian Lesbrarian.

The Pox Lover by Anne-Christine D’adesky was discussed and the author was interviewed at Lambda Literary.

Yabo by Alexis de Veaux was reviewed at Black Lesbian Literary Collective.

Hunger by Roxane Gay was reviewed at Lambda Literary.


Fetch: How a Bad Dog Brought Me Home by Nicole Georges was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

First Bloom: Stories of Blossoming Black Lesbian Love edited by Saydeah E. Howard was reviewed at Black Lesbian Literary Criticism.

Queer, There, and Everywhere by Sarah Prager was reviewed at Bust.

Marriage of a Thousand Lies by SJ Sindu was reviewed at Los Angeles Review of Books.

Crossing the Wide Forever by Missouri Vaun was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

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